For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa is not required for a stay of up to 90 days for a period of six months*.

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa is not required for a stay of up to 90 days for a period of six months*.


* visa-free regime does not apply to holders of passports of the Republic of Serbia issued by the Coordination Directorate of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia.


Holders of biometric passports of the Republic of Serbia do not need a visa to stay for up to 90 days in a period of six months. Visa-free regime does not apply to holders of passports of the Republic of Serbia issued by the Coordination Directorate of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia. Visas are obtained at the Swiss Embassy in Belgrade, which also issues visas for the Principality of Liechtenstein. It is not possible to obtain a visa at border crossings. The period of validity of the passport for tourist travel must be 3 months from the date of leaving Liechtenstein, while the passport must be issued in the last 10 years. The passport must be valid at the time of regulating the stay.
Holders of a passport holding a residence permit in one of the Schengen Member States or a valid visa for a longer stay of category D of the Schengen Member State are not obliged to hold a passport valid for 3 months after the date of leaving Liechtenstein. Also, persons who have a passport of the Republic of Serbia valid for less than 3 months, may leave Liechtenstein and re-enter its territory, if they have a residence permit B or C category (residents). However, these persons are reminded that the border authorities of Croatia, Slovenia and other countries on the road between Liechtenstein and Serbia, require that the passport be valid for more than 90 days from the day of entry into those countries, despite the fact that their holders have a regulated stay in Liechtenstein. Therefore, persons whose passport is valid for less than 90 days are advised to use air transport to Serbia (and back).
Considering the very expensive medical services, it is recommended to have travel health insurance. It may happen that the border authorities request an insurance certificate for inspection. In terms of bringing in and taking out cash money, there are no restrictions or declaration obligations. However, it is possible for border authorities to control the origin of money at a border crossing in case a person has more than 10,000 Swiss francs (CHF). It is necessary to have enough funds to stay in Liechtenstein, at least 150 CHF per day of staying. In terms of bringing in excise goods, persons older than 17 may bring in 1 box of cigarettes, or 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco, a maximum of 5 litres of spirits with maximum 18% of alcohol, and one litre of spirits with more than 18% of alcohol. Allowed is import of up to 1 kilogram of meat and meat products, 5 kilograms/liter of oil, fat and margarine, 1 kilogram/liter of butter and cream is allowed. The total value of all goods brought in must not exceed 300 CHF per passenger, regardless of whether the goods are intended for personal use or gifts. To bring pets into the country, travellers must have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection or pet passport with all the vaccinations listed. For more information, have a look at the Swiss Customs website, as Switzerland and Liechtenstein are in a customs and monetary union:

No social security agreement has been concluded.


HEALTH SITUATION – The general sanitary situation is excellent, there is no need for special vaccines. The emergency telephone number is 144, and for cases of poisoning 145. Up-to-date information on the health situation in Liechtenstein can be found on the World Health Organization's website

SECURITY SITUATION – The security situation in Liechtenstein is good. There is relatively little crime. Contacts with the police are at the cantonal level. The phone numbers for the police are 112 and 117, for roadside assistance 140, for the fire brigade 118. The permitted alcohol level while driving is 0.5‰ but this does not apply to professional drivers, new drivers, learners and driving instructors, as well as other persons accompanying persons learning to drive. For more information you need to see the site:

Contacts with the police are at the cantonal level. The telephone number to call the police is 117, and for firefighters 118. The allowed amount of alcohol while driving is 0.5 per mile. For more information you need to see the site:

TRANSPORT – For driving on the roads it is required to buy a vignette in the amount of 40 Swiss francs and there are no additional taxes or ramps on the highways. It is allowed to use a driver's license of the Republic of Serbia for up to 12 months of residence, after which it must be replaced with a domestic driver's license by taking a control drive. An international driver's license is not required, nor is a Green Card. The maximum speed allowed on highways is 120 kilometres per hour. Traffic violations are strictly sanctioned (everything is recorded by cameras) and for speeding the penalty is 40-260 Swiss francs, depending on the amount of speeding and whether the speeding was committed in a populated area or on the highway. Persons who do not pay the fine for the above-mentioned offenses may, on their next arrival in Liechtenstein, have their vehicle temporarily confiscated until they pay the amount of the fine increased by warnings and court costs. For talking on a mobile phone or not wearing a seat belt while driving, the penalty is 150 Swiss francs, and for wrong parking 40 – 120 Swiss francs, depending on the time of the violation, the place of parking and the like. The fines of the perpetrators who stay in Liechtenstein as tourists are delivered to their home address in Serbia.

OTHER INFORMATION – The official currency is the Swiss franc (CHF). It is possible to use only international credit cards Visa, Diners, Mastercard, etc. Liechtenstein is in a customs and monetary union with Switzerland, which is why it is advisable to read the information available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia in the section: Visas for foreign countries and information about countries – Switzerland.

Contact information
During your stay in the Principality of Liechtenstein, for consular assistance and protection you may contact the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Zurich, Swiss Confederation (contact phone: +41 43 344 5630, +41 44 20 20 273, e-mail: website:, which covers the Principality of Liechtenstein on a non-residential basis.